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All Gandalf functions begin with the gan_... prefix, to minimise the
possibility of name conflicts. Function names are written in lower case, with
a few exceptions where upper case is used for single letters
in a function name. Defined constants
and enum values are written in upper case, for instance GAN_TRUE and
GAN_FALSE for the boolean type Gan_Bool. Structure, union
and enum type names are capitalised, for instance Gan_List,
Gan_Vector and Gan_Image, the names of the Gandalf linked list,
vector and image structures.